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outlandish to be true but it is indeed based on a true story and what a story. here's our cbs news national security correspondent david martin. >> reporter: everybody who was alive at the time remembers it. the iran hostage crisis. 53 americans held captive at the american embassy in tehran and then the agony of a failed rescue attempt which left eight american servicemen dead. what you might have forgotten is that there was another rescue mission, one that succeeded >> this is the only thing that we did in iran that worked. >> reporter: and tony men degrees was the guy who made it work. the man known as the c.i.a.'s master of disguise went into tehran and brought out six u.s. diplomats under the noses of revolutionaries chanting, death to america." >> just like robbing banks except in our case we had to make it look like the money was still there >> the other guy doesn't know he's been robbed >> and he's happy. reporter: that was 32 years ago. men degrees is now retired, slowd by age and illness. but he is about to appear on the big screen played by ben affleck >> my name is tony men degr
to see people b.s. because i want to be in that position. that's not me. >> it's sunday morning on cbs, and here again is charles osgood. >> osgood: sharon osbourn of the talk show "the talk" is a talker all right. she's outspoken, on occasion outrageous but not talked out, not yet by any means. in this morning's sunday profile she talks to lee cowan. ready with the [bleep] button? let's go. >> reporter: to say sharon osbourn is colorful is about as big an understatement as her bright burgandy hair. >> you wanted it. you got it. now shut up. >> i would still like to have sex with you, mr. baldwin. i'm such a witch today but i'm loving it. >> reporter: from talk shows to talent shows. >> would you put a cork in it? reporter: she's the antidote to political correctness. >> i do not think that you should be allowed to breed, my dear. >> reporter: every story is is peppered with more than a hint of salty language. >> and i go what a crock of [bleep] >> reporter: but it's that honest, unfiltered four-letter way about her that hassles charmed many of her critics. having just turned 60 last w
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